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Tag Archives: Illegals

‘Around 150,000 Arabs, Asians are staying illegally in country’ – ‘Violators shift jobs, homes to escape police checks’

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 10: Around 150,0- 00 expatriates, mostly Egyptians and Asians, are currently registered as violators of the Residency Law, reports Al-Shahed daily. These expatriates came to the country on work permits and sponsored by companies and institutions, but most of them are now holding expired civil IDs. This …

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Almost 90 people caught in Qurain Markets crackdown

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 3: Under the leadership of acting Assistant Undersecretary for Public Security Affairs in the Interior Ministry Major General Ali Madi, security officers affiliated to various sectors in the ministry recently launched an intensive security campaign in Qurain Market in Mubarak Al-Kabeer Governorate. The campaign resulted in the …

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Embassy & MoI trade blame in illegals deportation delay – Salaries issue discussed: Indian envoy

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 2: The Indian Embassy in Kuwait has held Ministry of Interior and other relevant authorities responsible for the miserable conditions of 28,000 Indian expatriates who have been detained for violating the residency law and have been suffering due to the difficult procedures that are taking about six …

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Shuwaikh sorties net around 200 illegals, wanted persons

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 1: Securitymen arrested 200 violators of law, seized 9 vehicles including one that is wanted by law and issued 60 traffic citations during an extensive security campaign that was recently launched by Ministry of Interior in Shuwaikh Industrial area in the presence of the Undersecretary of Ministry of …

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Around 145 arrested in Jahra swoop; 50 set for deportation

KUWAIT CITY, July 31: Undersecretary of Interior Ministry Lieutenant General Sulaiman Al-Fahad led a campaign in Jahra Industrial Area and arrested 145 people for various offenses. The operation was conducted upon instructions from the Deputy Premier and Interior Minister Sheikh Mohamed Al-Khaled in coordination with relevant security authorities during which …

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100,000 ‘residency violators’ face deportation: Interior plan – ‘Ads’ widespread

KUWAIT CITY, July 30: Ministry of Interior is putting the final touches on a comprehensive plan to deport and amend the status of more than 100,000 residency violators. It also plans to reduce the number of some 70,000 visit visa holders that renew their residencies on monthly basis, reports Al- …

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Comprehensive plan to deport and amend the status of more than 100,000 residency violators

KUWAIT CITY: Ministry of Interior is putting the final touches on a comprehensive plan to deport and amend the status of more than 100,000 residency violators. It also plans to reduce the number of some 70,000 visit visa holders that renew their residencies on monthly basis, reports Al-Seyassah daily. The …

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Illegals, wanted, missing held in ‘sweeping’ Mahboula raids

KUWAIT CITY, July 29: An extensive security campaign launched by Ministry of Interior in several locations within Mahboula area resulted in the arrest of 229 individuals. In a press statement issued by Ministry of Interior, the Public Relations and Security Media Department explained that securitymen led by Undersecretary of Ministry …

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Many illegals arrested, coffee shops shut in Hawally swoop

KUWAIT CITY, July 28: The Quadripartite Committee, which is affiliated to the Council of Ministers, launched an intensive inspection campaign on Wednesday targeting coffee shops in Hawally. The campaign led to the arrest of 15 individuals, 13 of whom are runaway housemaids, as well as the closure of the erring …

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71 arrested in Salmiya crackdown

KUWAIT CITY, July 27: In line with the ongoing efforts of the Interior Ministry to track down criminals and maintain the rule of law, officers from the Hawally Security Directorate carried out a security crackdown in Salmiya. This campaign resulted in the arrest of 71 persons wanted by law for …

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